secure accommodation

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secure accommodation

nSicherheitsverwahrung f
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I reached London late last night, and drove to these lodgings, having written to secure accommodation beforehand.
A"TROUBLED" 16-year-old girl will have to wait more than a month before she can be admitted into a secure accommodation unit because of the lack of placements available, a court has heard.
A HIGH Court judge has asked Education Secretary Damian Hinds to explain why a troubled 16-year-old girl has not been found a place in a secure accommodation unit.
The most senior family court judge in England and Wales raised concern about a shortage of secure accommodation units in England for children a year ago.
He was detained and will be returned to secure accommodation.
Some 55% of rooms were now let through university nomination agreements - demonstrating the strength of the brand and the need for universities to secure accommodation for first year intake.
Service provision offers safe and secure accommodation with support, focussed on enabling and empowering individuals to build on their skills, ensuring individuals have the right support, skills and opportunities necessary to resettle and sustain independent living.
Longer term reforms proposed are closing prison places for children, revising the role of the youth courts, addressing the shortage of suitable secure accommodation in London and transforming the Youth Justice Board.
Eventually, concerns about the risks she was placing herself in led the council to obtain a court order, placing her in secure accommodation in Newton Aycliffe in the September before she died.
A HIGH Court judge has highlighted a "striking" lack of secure accommodation for children in Birmingham.
Neil said: "Asylum seekers, many of whom are vulnerable, must have good quality, safe and secure accommodation.
A SENIOR judge has hit out at the lack of secure accommodation for children in mid and North Wales.

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